21 Savage was scheduled to appear in court this month for a hearing regarding his arrest by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
However, like some immigrants going through the difficult process to attain a U.S. citizenship, 21’s hearing has been postponed.
He was originally set to appear in court for April 9 but was postponed with no confirmed rescheduled date. The delay will send his case to a group of judges, however, the rapper’s lawyer Charles Kuck believes that won’t happen for some time.
“They don’t have enough non-detained judges, so his case is waiting to be assigned. I can’t give anybody, even him, a date as to when that might be,” Kuck said about the postponement.
By Damilola Faustino